The Daily Life Of: A World War II Evacuee

Suitable for 7 - 11 years

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Spend a day in the country with a young evacuee. Eat a rationed breakfast in a strange home. Try on a gas mask during your first day at a new school. Then watch the Home Guard search for a missing enemy pilot! This beautifully illustrated book vividly explores what life was like for children during the Second World War, from eating strange foods such as carrot jam to making a shrapnel collection from bits of crashed planes. Packed with quotes and memories from those who were children at the time, as well as lots of facts and observations, this book is a fascinating insight into an evacuee’s experiences, and into British life during the war.

Includes a timeline, glossary and further reading list.

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